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    November 15, 2012
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>> cupcakes and twinkies and the bread, make good quality stuff. you know? good quality products. and we hate to see it come to an end. but enough's enough. >> reporter: a hostess spokesman says production is crippled at a dozen of its 33 plants nationwide and the company is already facing hard times due to increased competition in the snack industry and healthier eating habits. but workers think the company is bluffing about the threats to shut everything down if they don't go back to work. >> i don't think it will close. preplanned. >> why were those assessments so dramatically at odds with the earliest reports from our people on the ground? >> reporter: but rice's comments were made just five days after the attack. lawmakers learned thursday it took the fbi 10 days to get the surveillance video. >> for those that are claiming that the ambassador had some different information, [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: lawmakers say the focus of petreaus' testimony is i think it will come to their senses. corporations are in business to make money. closing plants, liquidating, you don't make any money. >> reporter: hostess based in irving texas says it will make a decision sometime tomorrow whether or not it will make good on its threat to shut this plant down and others across the country as a result of this strike. allen, we will see whether or not this company does have a long shelf life or not. >> len, are you feeling like this is the company's line in the sand or -- they really mean stringily benghazi. the -- is strictly benghazi. the justice department said the petraeus affair didn't put the nation at risk. hillary clinton is also expected to testify before congress about benghazi as early as next month. >> thank you, tara mergener. developing news out of texas tonight. a parade to honor wounded veterans turned tragic when a trailer carrying the vets was hit by a train. at least four people are dead, 17 more injured. cbs reporter alexis
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this? >> reporter: well, it's hard to say because they have said so much over the past decade. they have had a couple of bankruptcy filings. they have had a lot of acrimony with the unions. the union members say they have been giving up and giving up. so they are the ones really drawing the line in the sand at this point. and hostess says that they can't go on. they say they can't go on. we'll see what happens tomorrow. >> all right. len ramirez in oakland, thank you. remember all that pain at the gas pump this year? well, get ready to add insult christoforous with more tonight. >> reporter: rescue crews and stunned townspeople raced toward a union pacific train in midland, texas, after it struck a parade float carrying wounded american veterans. the veterans were on the way to a hunt for heroes banquet which was to be followed by a weekend deer hunting trip. the trailer in which the vets were riding was being pulled across the tracks when the train hit. the injured were takena local hospital, which called in all available staff to handle casualties. so far no word on whether there to injury. at the time, california drivers were told that the price spikes were necessary to make up for refinery outages. but cbs 5 reporter grace lee found out that we may have been fooled. grace. >> reporter: dana, that is a possibility but we're not sure. that's one reason why they had a special senate committee hearing today and invited a research group that specializes in energy pricing and what they found was after months of research, they could not explain why we had those gas were warnings about the approaching train or if the vehicle malfunctioned. alexis christoforous, cbs news. a new round of rocket attacks threatens to push israel and palestinians to the brink of all-out war. palestinian militants in gaza fired more than 100 rockets today killing three people in southern israel. israel responded with a series of air strikes designed to hit underground rocket launching sites. it all comes one day after
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price hikes in may and in october. that's the mystery there. they can't explain it. but it did cost californians in october about $1 billion. >> reporter: when prices spiked at the gas station the 7 gas companies in california said it's not our fault. instead, they blamed accidents like the chevron refinery fire or unexpected maintenance problems. but the biggest price spikes were in may and october. that's months before and after israeli forces assassinated the powerful military chief of hamas. the white house came out in support of israel and condemned hamas for the rocket attacks. oil giant bp will pay a record $4.5 billion criminal penalty for its disastrous 2010 gulf oil spill. that's on top of the $20 billion that the company already set aside to cover damage claims. bp pleaded guilty today to a dozen felony counts for the deadly rig explosion that triggered the spill and for lying to congress about how the chevron fire in august. >> we have seen shifts in price of gasoline. >> reporter: it's one of the reason senator mark leno called a committee hearing today. they found that in may, gas prices shot up to 4.41 a gallon which is the equivalent of $48 million in profit a day for the gas companies. in october, they were hiked even higher to $4.71 a gallon. but because of supply, the profit slightly lower for much oil was gushing into the gulf. two company executives also face manslaughter charges. police had to break up a protest outside a uc board of regents meeting in san francisco this morning. it's after a crowd of students and employees began blocking off streets around the ucsf cam pulse. that group was there to protest cuts and proposed new fees. they are also demanding tuition rollbacks through prop 30 funds. the voter-approved measure promises to funnel money into
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companies but still $25 million a day. >> i feel certain if we do nothing, that which we have seen this year will only repeat itself in years to come and the spikes that we saw in october might look to be minor spikes compared to what we could have in the future. >> reporter: so he called on robert mccullough who has three decades of experience in energy markets. he pored over thousands of documents and believes that the refineries were operating when they said me were offline. the uc system but it is still unclear how much. >> even though we're very pleased with the passage of prop 3 we're also reeling from nearly $1 billion of cuts from the state. we raised tuition but it only covered a third of the cuts. >> because of that uc administrators say they cannot rule out another fee or tuition hike in the near future. a san mateo neighborhood is doing what it can to keep a 7- eleven from moving in to a vacant restaurant near 501 >> what we heard in may was a lot of announcements of closures. and that could either be an attempt to misinform the market. we have certainly seen that. or it could be an exercise in market power. >> reporter: he says there is not enough evidence to show any type of collusion among the conditions. he also says there is no watchdog agency in place. north san mateo drive. cbs 5 reporter mike sugerman tells us why area residents are saying no to bill gulps and beef jerky. >> reporter: you want a 7- eleven in your residential neighborhood? maybe if you like big gulps and the chance to buy beer at all times. these people don't. >> we don't know how it happened. there were seven months of essential silence, and then all of a sudden the building permit is issued and that's what we have been trying to find out. >> reporter: emily lives in this san mateo neighborhood and wonders why it took almost a year for one of her neighbors to raise their fence a foot and lots of trips to the planning
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with just 7 companies controlling 94% of the market in california, that's certainly cause for concern, says senator leno. >> when a market place gets more and more and more concentrated, the opportunity for that market manipulation only increases. >> reporter: the spokesman for 12 of the 14 refineries in california says it is simply supply and demand dictating those prices and the companies are not manipulating the market. commission when it looks like it just breezed through. >> they have this very intensified use of a facility coming in and gave the public no input whatsoever. >> reporter: they will tell you the planning commission sided with them, that a convenience store shouldn't go in this noncommercial area, and then all of a sudden, boom, 7-eleven is going in! 7-eleven is a big corporation with a lot of money and these neighbors infer that there were some shenanigans that went on at san mateo city hall to get this approved. why there shenanigans going on >> there would only be evidence that the oil companies are acting improperly. >> reporter: so this was an informational meeting, meaning that they are not look at any bills in particular just yet but what at the did find and what senator -- what they did find and what senator leno says there's enough mystery around the gas pricing they are going forward with this in the coming legislative year so there could be new laws and regulations. we'll see. >> grace lee, thank you very at city hall? >> there were not. there were not. >> reporter: lisa, san mateo's community development director admits it was a complicated bureaucratic maze that led to the approval. but insists everything was above board. >> there in fact was a very detailed review of the use and what actions the property owner had been taking for over a two- year period. >> reporter: whatever happens, there promises to be lawsuits and no matter who wins or loses, the city will be spending money and that money
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much. well, grab your rain gear! we are going to get soaked. chief meteorologist paul deanno tells us when the rain is going to get here. >> looks and feels like rain but it's not here yet. showers are offshore paralleling the coastline moving from south to north so we have about five or six more hours before the rain begins. big area of low pressure we have been watching this guy all week long. it's now approaching the coastline and actually southern california has seen some moderate to heavy rainfall just comes straight from the pocket of these and other san mateo taxpayers. mike sugerman, cbs 5. planning on joining the black friday madness? stay home and enjoy leftovers instead. coming up in consumerwatch when you should really hit the stores to get the best deals. >> sea conditions were beautiful. >> it's the first day of commercial crab fishing. the outlook for the season in the bay area. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, to the north and west of los angeles. for us tonight tomorrow morning, this is very likely going to be a sloppy commute early tomorrow. check out the bull's eye of rainfall. santa rosa, our computer model forecasting more than an inch of rain just between now and 6:00 tomorrow evening. we'll talk more about the weekend how long that rain is going to stick around coming up. >> we'll see you in a few. thank you. he gunned down two people in a jealous rage.
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now a jury will decide whether a toll plaza killer get the dealt sentence. cbs 5 reporter don knapp says the family is split when it comes to the fate of the convicted killer. >> reporter: jurors were literally on the edges of their seats today looking at add listening to mr. burris as he made closing arguments in his case. this is the penalty phase. if they were listening for something they could weigh they probably didn't hear it not only because he speaks with a terrible speech impediment because really wasn't making a case for his life. >> parents at saint francis cabrini are outraged some hearing the news a registered sex offender -- [ incorrect tape ] >> reporter: the convicted killer of two acting as's own attorney and talking with a profound speech impediment made a rambling closing statement but never asked the jury to spare his life. previously nathan burris told the jury they could just flip a coin to decide between life in prison or death. he was convicted of first- degree murder in the deaths of richmond bridge toll collector deborah ross and a male friend.
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she was apparently breaking up her 13-year relationship with burris when he killed her and the man down at the toll plaza three years ago. >> i think he feels he had the right to kill them. because my aunt didn't want to be with him no more, chris crazy. >> reporter: family members are divided on whether he should die or serve life in parole. -- or serve life in prison without parole. >> reporter: i wish he could die the same way my sister died and ersie. i. >> i wish they could be killed by firing squad. >> reporter: burris' rambling closing left family members frustrated failing to understand why he did it. >> as far as him talking and babbling, that's all i heard was babble. i heard a scared man, frightened person trying to extend the trial as long as he possibly could. >> right now my child is gone. my son is gone. he will never come back. what gives me peace is the woman that he loved they fell in love, they died the same day. they were buried the same day. and i think they're gone to heaven to live together seagate technologies boughte building in fremont for more than 90- m is 70-percent belo the home of the now defunct solar company solyndra is told. seagate technologies bought the building in fremont for $90 million, 70% below what it cost to build it. solyndra filed for bankruptcy in september of last year after
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forever. >> reporter: jurors began deliberations this afternoon but they immediately stopped to ask for a rereading of the transcript perhaps because they couldn't understand what mr. burris was saying as gave his closing argument. deliberations continue monday. >> was there ever a question of his mental competence during this trial? >> reporter: yes, and a lot was said that he is mentally competent. he himself said on the stand that he was mentally competent. getting a $500 million federal loan. the best black friday deals may not come on black friday after all. cbs 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts shows us when the best deals do turn up. reporter: we see it every year, the shopping stampede shortly after the last slice of pumpkin pie. but this year, you may want to stay home and digest because a lot of those black friday specials aren't so special. >> the goal of the ads is to drum up excitement. >> reporter: but matthew says many black friday ads this year look awfully familiar. so it never came up as a competency issue although many people question whether he was trying to suggest that with his antics on the stand when he sometimes laughed during his testimony. >> don knapp, thank you. california has launched what could be a revolutionary evident to halt climate change putting a price on carbon emissions, a fee that companies have to pay to put pollution in the air. >> reporter: the chevron >> 90% of the retails we looked at were going to sell at least one of the exact same item at the exact same price on this year's black friday as last year's. >> reporter: for example, last year, radioshack advertised this 500 gig usb for 49.99. this year it's offering the same product for the same price. it turns out it's not even the best price. >> this item started going on sale around august of this year. >> reporter: chris says the usb price hit rock bottom five days ago when it was selling for
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refinery in richmond and this natural gas power plant in santa clara have something in common. they both emit a lot of carbon dioxide when producing their products. and they are two of the 350 businesses involved in california's new cap and trade program. >> the overall goal is to bring down the greenhouse gas emissions to the 1990 level by 2020. >> reporter: here's how the program works. the state calculates how much nearly $5 cheaper than the black friday ad. it's a similar story for this wireless printer at staples. selling for $199 this black friday, the same as last black friday but you could have bought it cheaper a month ago. >> the rock bottom price for this printer was $179.99. >> reporter: the less on? >> prize bounce around all the time. >> reporter: stores use ads to get you in the door in hopes you'll fill your basket once you're there. buyer beware. just because something says it's on sale doesn't mean it's co2 each business produces, measured in units of a metric tonight, called allowances. each business is required to purchase enough allowances at auction to cover the amount of their pollutants. if a business exceeds its emissions cap it will have to buy extra allowances to cover the overages. if it operates more efficiently it can sell off allowances. it creates a commodity market. >> they are paying to emit. the advantage of that for them actually a bargain. >> don't just assume that everything else in the store might be a good deal. >> reporter: retail experts warn you should avoid buying toys, jewelry, winter clothes and watches on black friday. prices for those items will likely be cheaper late north season and remember, a lot of those door buster deals are for limited quantities. they plan to get you in the door and hope you buy more.
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and california is that it gives them the ability to incorporate reductions into their business plan so they can develop a strategy to do it in a way that isn't going to cost them a lot of money and jack up their prices. >> reporter: while no one is happy about having to pay more, silicon valley power says it prefers this market-driven approach to having the state just order them to cut emissions by a certain date. >> to give that opportunity to us to decide how we approach >> of course if you wait until the day after christmas, it's really cheap! [ laughter ] >> and then there's that. >> yeah. >> and actually christmas is in the middle of the week so maybe you can celebrate christmas the following weekend this year. >> it's a day. >> thank you. all right. grab the hot melted butter! and get a bib because this fisherman starting to bring in the dungeness crab. we have the outlook for the season. >> that's unfair at dinner time. here's a peek at what we have these goals is preferable over the straight regulations or determinant regulations. >> reporter: but to achieve the goal as time passes, the state will begin lowering the cap forcing more businesses to cut emission further and there will be fewer allowances available making them more expensive. eventually it will be more cost- effective for businesses to invest in cleaner technology than to chase after the allowances. but critics say there's another choice many businesses may make, to pack up and leave the going on weather-wise. we have ourselves some rainfall poised to move n doesn't look impressive but find out how much rain you will get in your backyard as soon as this weekend. your forecast next. >> a 29-year-old 49ers mystery is solved. i'm dennis o'donnell. and jim harbaugh's heart problem forces him to miss practice. reaction coming up. ,,,,,,,,
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state altogether. california is gambling that other states will join them in this approach to fighting climate change. it is a bet that could be lost. >> but if we don't start at all, it may never happen. >> reporter: whether you believe in climate change or not, there is one thing that everyone can agree on: with cap and trade, the business climate in california has changed forever. in santa clara, john ramos, cbs 5. i put my daughter in this school expecting her to be protected and safe. >> what a registered sex offender volunteered at that school. how he got on campus and why he wasn't arrested. these are well planned well thought out high level theft. >> stolen by the truckload. why bay area thieves are going nuts! >> this right here is the last piece of machinery left over from the clean-up efforts from that massive mud slide that
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occurred in this daly city neighborhood. earlier this week. now rain is on the approach and the new fears the neighbors have. that is coming up as eyewitness news continues right here on cbs 5. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
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[ male announcer ] now u-verse high speed internet has more speed options, reliability and ways to connect. rethink possible. morning, is under arrest tot for her fourth d- u-i. san francisco police say the driver involved in a high- speed chase early this morning police were responding to a landlord-tenant dispute when they smelled an odor. they called out a hazmat team. two officers were treated for exposure to the odor. but they will be okay. today the president got a firsthand look at the damage from superstorm sandy. the president rode a helicopter over an area of queens, new york. he also walked through a neighborhood on staten island. that area suffered almost half of new york's casualties. mr. obama promised to stick with the storm victims until is under arrest tonight for her fourth dui. she is only 23 years old. police are not releasing her name but say her suv crashed into a cyclist in the mission district while chp officers chased her. it didn't end there. the suv kept going until it crashed into another parked car. police say the driver had a suspended license. and the cyclist is expected to be okay. a comedian has been arrested in oakland on assault charges. cat williams is accused of hitting a man in the head with the rebuilding is complete. >> during difficult times like this we're reminded that we're bound together and we have to look out for each other. >> 47,000 new yorkers have applied for housing help through fema. well, everything is back to normal for united airlines tonight after a computer glitch grounded flights early this morning. passengers at sfo and across the country just had to wait while the company fixed the system failure. it took two hours to resolve.
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a bottle outside the courtyard marriott hotel last night. video of the arrest was posted on youtube. the man was treated for his injuries, released. but after investigators interviewed williams and witnesses, the comedian was released pending further investigation. but cat williams is scheduled to perform at the oracle arena tomorrow night. registered sex offender volunteers at a san jose school. now families are demanding to know how it happened. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran 250 flights were delayed but none canceled. this is united's third major computer outage this year. >> okay... start melting the butter! commercial crab season is on! cbs 5's ken bastida is at the docks earlier today with some of the bay area's first catch. >> reporter: it was a long night for crabbers all along the coast from bodega bay all the way down to half moon bay. they took off at dawn on wednesday so they can make it out to sea and have their pots in the water just after explains the twist that may have allowed him on campus. >> i put my daughter in this school expecting her to be protect and kept safe. >> reporter: parents at saint francis cabrini are outraged. some hearing the news a registered sex offender was at a school event a month ago for the first time. in early october, this man 51- year-old mark gurries was volunteering at the elementary school's festival when someone recognized him as a sex offender and told sheriff's deputies. gurries told the sheriff's midnight the start of crab season. it was worth of the wait. look at the haul. several hundreds pound at fisherman's grotto number nine in san francisco. that's what it's all about these two pounders. the crabbers wholesalers worked out a deal before the season started to get $3 a pound. and that's good because the crabbers got an extra 75 cents because of fuel this year. it will hit market all this wonderful crab friday morning. look for it to go about 6 bucks
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office he had legal permission to be there in a norm of a letter from a churchin official. >> i can't believe he was allowed to be on campus. >> reporter: to signed this form and is it legitimate? >> we want to make sure that the person who doctored it who signed it at the bottom does in fact exist and did give mr. gurries permission to be on the premises of the school church. >> reporter: parents are still waiting for answers from the a pound. at fisherman's wharf, i'm ken bastida live in mobile5. now that we all want crab, and we -- you know what we're going to get? rainfall. perhaps the crabbing will be better in the rain churning up the sea with a big low pressure area approaching. it's going to hang out for three days encompassing much. weekend keeping us pretty sog g.i. hi-def doppler is picking up showers offshore. we have perfectly positioned radar north of vallejo to show school and diocese. the sheriff's office is wrapping up its investigation. deputies say gurries has been cooperative and say tracking the letter's author is the last step in the process. >> we're waiting confirmation by church officials just to make 100% sure on their end that they can confirm this letter is authentic. >> reporter: the school's pastor told the "mercury news" he didn't know about the letter until the festival. gurries was convicted in 2010 of lewd and lascivious acts with a child under 14. you what's coming up and give us a good idea of the intensity. it will pick up overnight tonight. rainfall predictions, let's go county by county farther north the mortgage rain through the weekend. sonoma county 2" for you by sunday. alameda county, oakland, about 1.5". and santa clara county including san jose and campbell likely the least amount of rainfall about an inch and a quarter. rain in the bay area often this time of year means snow in the sierra. that will be the case this time of the but. snow level is pretty high 7,000 feet. four to eight inches of new
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deputies say he was not arrested for attending this event because of the so-called letter. california penal code states a registered sex offender is allowed on school property if they have written permission from a school official. in this case, if gurries' letter is a fake, he will face misdemeanor charges. in san jose cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> the diocese of san jose says the letter was not consistent with its policies and it remains committed to snow through saturday with some wind gusts making tricky travel on i-80 and also highway 50. speaking of the mountains, everybody is opening up by tomorrow. there are the ski guns snow guns doing their thing. heavenly opened up yesterday. every major ski resort in the tahoe area in nevada or northern california will be open by friday much better than last year where we had no snow until early december. back here in the bay area the bay bridge with a backdrop of maintaining a safe environment. other bay area headlines, in oakland, an employee of super link plastics was killed about 9:45 this morning. a spokesman for the recycling plant says it was an accident involving a forklift. oakland police and state safety officials are investigating. our camera was there as antioch police arrested a man on suspicion of murder in connection with last night's shooting death of a 32-year-old man at an apartment complex on mainly cloudy skies. concord 58. san francisco 61. cloudy in san jose. currently 62 degrees. the set up in the atmosphere is this. there is a large area of pressure approaching the bay area. it will take time to get here and time to leave. the first wave of rainfall gets here tomorrow morning, sloppy morning commute to wrap up the workweek and a rough drive home. this low pressure is going to take the weekend to get out leaving finally on sunday afternoon. so that's most of friday all of saturday and most of sunday
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sycamore drive. police are work on a motive. a bar fire is one of three suspicious fires in vallejo over night. le the village cocktail lounge call fire not long after a house fire two blocks away. this morning, someone set fire to a nearby veterinarian's office. nobody was hurt in any of the fires. a daly city neighborhood already inundated with mud because of a water main break is now bracing for rain. roberta gonzales with how crews are trying to prevent an even looking wet. let's time the first wave for you because we're look at steady to heavy rainfall especially north of the golden gate on friday morning with scattered showers and kind of throughout the day picking up in intensity once again by 6:00 tomorrow night. highs tomorrow with the cloud cover with the rain, a little below normal. san francisco 62. concord and livermore right around 64 degrees. sunnyvale 62 tomorrow. san jose 63. rain walnut creek pleasant hill mid-60s and low 60s with a soggy day in and around santa bigger mess. >> reporter: in order to explain all of this that's occurring here tonight in this daly city neighborhood, first off i have to take you back to early tuesday morning. it was 4:30 a.m. when we had a major water break from a pipe that was built in the 1930s. it sent 43,000 gallons of water rushing down a local hillside taking with it sand, water and mud right here into this daly city neighborhood. rosa and petaluma. saturday, sunday looking soggy. we'll dry out for the top of the short workweek next week, but rain is back as soon as next wednesday. so plan on getting wet at times for the next several days. sports is coming up next.
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now, today, here we are on thursday looking at least three days of rain ahead. so what city workers have been doing working around the clock, first off they put these hay bales here and i was told they did this because this will prevent any mud from going back out on the street and into the neighborhood if indeed there was yet another mud slide. behind me here if you can see this, this is jute, like a rope. it's been laid all around here on top of all of this soil. this is the mud that came down out of the hillside. so what does all this mean? i talked to the director of city water. i asked him, will all this hold if there is yet another mud slide with the impending rain? >> we are going to be out here during the rainstorm. we are all going to be out here to measure the -- the measures that we have put in place are working and need the eyes and ears, as well. if there is a concern the city will be respond to it. >> we are expecting how many days of rain? it's something that, you know, that we can be worrying about.
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>> reporter: do you have a backup plan? >> well, right now, no. [ laughter ] >> unfortunately. >> reporter: with rain in the forecast for the next several days would you feel comfortable sleeping here? >> yes, absolutely. >> reporter: would you be a good houseguest. >> i think -- my friends tell me i am, so i like to think of myself as being a good houseguest as well. >> reporter: not only would he be a great houseguest but residents say the entire city of daly city the entire workforce has been so strong and out here work feverishly and they thank em especially [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. with over an inch of rain in the forecast. from daly city, with mobile weather, i'm roberta gonzales. paul? >> let's talk about the forecast. we don't want that much rain for daly city. obviously it would be a concern. some of you saying week, can use some rainfall we're below normal and we'll get it whether you like it or not. hi-def doppler is tracking the rainfall toward daly city and all the bay area. one spot that will see most of the rain, north of the golden [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. mary gshe also has asthma. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life.
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gate towards clear lake and healdsburg. you're likely going to see about 2" of rain between now and sunday evening. temperatures outside right now upper 50s, low 60s. oakland at 61. cloudy in livermore 61 degrees. and san jose 62. the cloud cover will limit the cooling tonight because the clouds will act like a blanket. so we are going to see waves of rainfall low pressure off to the west of for the next three i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive posey would ever recover fra devastating injury..today,'s the best play in the nat less than two years ago, days. the first wave tonight and early tomorrow. things sloppy on the roads. the last wave of rainfall won't move out until sunday evening about three days. friday, saturday, sunday that we'll see a solid rain chance. next few days steady rain at times, some dry stretches in between. plan out getting wet outside this weekend. we are trending drier for early next week. the rain should be done by sunday night. 63 a popular high temperature tomorrow. oakland, concord, san jose, all some wondered if buster posey would ever recover from a devastating injury. today, he is the best player in the national league. posey became the first catcher to win the most valuable player award since johnnie bench in 1972. he received 27 of 32 possible first place votes leaving brewers outfielder ryan braun in second place. posey batted .336, 24 home runs, 103 runs batted in and at 25 years old he is the youngest to win the award in the
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63. redwood city 63 santa rosa soggy 63. and napa 62 degrees. rain will be with us for most of the weekend clearing out late sunday. dry monday and tuesday, but showers return in the middle of next week. so all in all unsettled for the next several days. that is your cbs 5 forecast. thanks, paul. nuts! stolen by the truckload. what's being done in the bay area to crack those cases. ,, ,,,,,, national league since ryne sandberg in 1984. >> tons and tons of credit to dave our head trainer and the rest of the training staff and the doctors that put mibach together. like i say again, this is i think an award that will be shared with everybody within the organization. >> a few family and friends on hand for that announcement. by the way, miguel cabrera was the american league mvp. alex smith's recovery is from the concussion is not the 49ers' primary injury kearneymore. jim harbaugh was sent 209 hospital with an ear -- jim harbaugh was sent to the hospital with an irregular heartbeat admitted to stanford today where he had what the team is calling a minor procedure. the 49ers anticipate harbaugh's return tomorrow. >> you know, so hopefully he is back really, really soon and you know, hopefully it's a minor thing. >> hopefully. can you imagine a doctor telling coach harbaugh, hey, coach, you have to slow it down? [ laughter ] >> he only goes at one speed,
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♪ doesn't he? >> he only goes one speed. you know he always says that, you know, he is tougher than a $2 steak. so we believe he will be fine. 9ers and bears kick it off monday night football coverage beginning at 5 p.m. right here on cbs 5. got san francisco high school semifinals. lowell at lincoln and demetrius williams had a day he will never forget 1st quarter 33- yard touchdown run to give the mustangs a 6-0 lead. later in the first he gets the secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. punt the block and breaks the tackle and there he goes 52 yards, his second score of the afternoon. it was 12-0 lincoln. williams would bust a 71-yard touchdown run to start the 3rd quarter and then in the 4th, the ball sails over lowell quarterback will frankel's head and williams recovers it in the end zone for his fourth touchdown of the game! lincoln wins 26-6. they advance to the turkey bowl on thanksgiving day. >> we have been working hard
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oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. this whole season to get here. we stay undefeated. we have been practicing hard. man, it's a blessing right here to go to where we wanted to be and look where we're going, t day. >> we're going to eat turkey on turkey day! >> they will have than a opponent tonight on the late show. former cal american steve bartkowski was inducted to the hall of fame last night. the former atlanta falcon quarterback threw one of the most controversial t passes in 49er history a play that still high alert in several northn california counties. this, after several thefts netted thieves 40,000 tons f walnuts in red b walnut growers are on high alert in several northern california counties, this after thefts netted thieves 40,000 tons of walnuts in red bluff. cbs 5 reporter don ford tells us industry insiders believe it's the work of a sophisticated ring of crooks. >> reporter: walnuts are haunts 9ers fans to this day, the touchdown pass. >> bartkowski to throw is going long down the sidelines pulled down by billy johnson, 10, 5, down! he is -- give it to him! he is in! t!!! t touchdown!! >> the falcons beat the 49ers on that "hail mary." johnson was clearly down before he ever reached the end zone but last night bartkowski
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pouring into the processors and this year's crop is so good it's like gold. he says there is a new kind of thief stealing the nuts. >> these are well planned well thought out high level thefts. >> reporter: mariani nuts hasn't been robbed but there were thefts of at least four shipments at two other northern california walnut facilities. one in stockton, and the other near red bluff. in trucks like these thieves unveiled the long kept secret about that play. >> he was a yard short of a touchdown but we got points for it. a little addendum is we had one of the guys on our team is backup linebacker played a lot of special teams for us. his uncle was the back judge who made the call. i'm not going to say they had something going on there but it was kind of ironic that one of the guys who played on our team his uncle was the back judge. so you know we got the score. we knocked them out of the play- arrived for the scheduled pickup and the drivers had all the right paperwork including purchase orders. the problem discovered later it was all fake. but the missing walnuts are real. >> a lot of walnuts or almonds or a load of pecans it's hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands. hundreds of thousands of dollars, yes. >> reporter: law enforcement including the chp say these are sophisticated criminals that require advanced security measures to protect the nuts. >> as you can imagine it's top of the mind in the industry and offs. there's a little bit of happiness i think in the falcon camp because those guys worked us over pretty good. >> yeah. so now we know the long kept secret was home cooking. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com and you could save hundreds."
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we're implementing further measures to make sure it doesn't happen anymore. >> reporter: like photographing all trucks and drivers, even having the drivers stamp their fingerprints on the work orders. chp says it's unclear where the walnuts are going. the missing shipments were scheduled to be delivered in texas and florida. if they cross state lines the fbi would join the investigation. martin and his company are on high alert. >> luckily that's our own truck intercompany shipping so that one i hope we don't have to worry about. >> reporter: chp cargo theft interdiction team says with no suspects and no leads this case is proving to be hard to crack. in the central valley, don ford cbs 5. coming up in our next half hour, top u.s. intelligence grilled over the deadly attack in libya. >> if you want to know who is responsible in this town, buy yourself a mirror! >> on capitol hill, the [ traffic passing ] ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke...
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charges against the obama administration. wounded veterans killed after a train crashes into their parade float. the latest on this developing story. and the permits approved, the construction is under way. why neighbors are fighting so hard tonight to drive 7-eleven away. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] joey fatone: this is joey fatone. it's time to play
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happened during a deadly atk on americans in libya. lawmakers get a look at secy camera now at 6:30, a clearer picture of what happened during the deadly attack on americans in libya. lawmakers get a look at security camera have you i don't that shows the attack in -- video that shows the attack in realtime on the acompound in benghazi and congress is demanding answers about what happened there. as tara mergener tells us, former cia director david petraeus has his say tomorrow. tara. >> reporter: well, dana, yes, congress is looking for answers about the september 11th attack in benghazi and tomorrow, david petraeus will give his account of the event and what followed. former cia director david petraeus will testify on capitol hill friday morning about the attacks on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya.
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the closed-door hearing will his first public appearance since resigning over an affair with his biographer. >> he went to tripoli and interviewed many of the people as i understand it that were involved. and so the opportunity to get his views i think are very important. it's very important. >> reporter: intelligence committee members were briefly thursday on the timeline of events in libya. they were shown realtime classified video from surveillance cameras at the consulate. >> are there still questions? you bet. we are going to continue to work to get the answers. >> reporter: those answers could clarify how information on the attacks was released to the american people. u.n. ambassador susan rice was criticized for saying the assault didn't appear
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